Can we talk about love and marriage today?
It is Marriage Monday on the blog and I was excited to share 10 ways to Grow a Godly Marriage with you.
How do you grow in your marriage?
Simply, by sowing seeds of love, faith and hope into your husband's life every day.
I always like to refer back to the fruits of the Spirit for inspiration.
Galatians 5: 22-23 tells us:
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience,kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.
I once heard that a wife is like a flower.
She is gentle and needs to be loved, provided for and nurtured.
She must be handled with the utmost care and tenderness.
If her husband holds her too tight, her petals will crush.
If her husband holds her too loose, she will wilt too early from no support.
But, if her husband holds her with dear life. Then, he places her in a vase and waters her every day, then she will bloom.
She will light up the room with her beauty.
For all the world to see.
- Rosenda Valenzuela
This week take one of these ten ways and challenge yourself to grow in that area.
Also, ask your husband to choose one to work on. How fun will that be?!
I personally will work on praying for my husband and we will work on reading the Bible together.
Which one will you choose?
Did you know that I have many other resources for marriage enrichment?
Here are some topics that you can glean from on the blog:
Keeping God the Power Source in Your Marriage
Speaking Life Over Your Marriage
A Couple that Prays Together, Stays Together
Finding Mercy in Your Marriage
How to Find God's Will For Your Marriage
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Here's to a fabulous abundantly over the top blessed week!
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